Probably not. There are three reasons to cut a tongue-tied infant’s tongue: difficulty with speech, or with feeding, or due to cosmetic reasons (imagine heart-shaped tongue).
There is no evidence that there is improved latching for breastfeeding after frenotomy (cutting the tissue holding the tongue). Frenotomy may improve maternal nipple pain by 10% but otherwise is not thought to help with improved feedings.
Most often, I find that the parents ask to have this done. It is a simple bedside procedure that can be performed if needed… there are just new studies that show that it most likely does not help with feedings.